RPFSS: Pause To Consider the ADR Clause: Drafting Tips and Recent Developments (RECORDED)
This program is a recording of the Live Seminar held on August 25, 2017.
If you attended the live program; You cannot claim CLE for watching this recorded program.
This presentation provides transactional lawyers with tips on how they can effectively position their clients in the event litigation occurs.
Topics will include: attorney-client privilege issues; arbitration clauses; attorneys’ fees provisions; governing law/forum selection clauses; liquidated damages provisions; insurance requirements; break up provisions or resolution of issues that may arise among owners of a business; confronting issues that expose clients to litigation risks; and when to bring in a litigator.
Keith Hunter, President/CEO, Mediator & Arbitrator of Dispute Prevention & Resolution, Inc.
Keith W. Hunter is the founder, President and CEO of Dispute Prevention & Resolution, Inc. (DPR). DPR is Hawaii’s most experienced full service ADR firm and specializes in the design and administration of a wide range of dispute avoidance, resolution, settlement and adjudication processes. Mr. Hunter manages all aspects of the DPR operation including: case management and administration, policy development, marketing and outreach, education and training, and business development. Under his direction, DPR, Inc. has earned a reputation for prompt and efficient case management and for bringing a wide range of business and legal disputes to cost-effective resolution. Mr. Hunter maintains a very active ADR practice in which he frequently serves as a Mediator, Arbitrator, Special Master, Dispute Review Board Member, Partnering Retreat Facilitator, ADR process design specialist, and ADR training specialist.
During his 35-year career in dispute resolution, Mr. Hunter formerly served as the founder and Regional Vice President of the Hawaii office of American Arbitration Association and as the Executive Director of the Center for International Commercial Dispute Resolution. Having administered over 10,000 ADR proceedings, he brings a wealth of experience in and knowledge of all aspects of dispute resolution to the work of DPR and to the service of its clients. Mr. Hunter has authored or co-authored numerous articles, monographs, and two books (Hawaii Arbitration Law and Hawaii Arbitration Law Periodical) covering a wide spectrum of ADR-related issues and topics.
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Credit: This seminar qualifies for 1 CLE Credit
Duration: approximately 1 hour
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